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PT Clinical Notes: A Rehabilitation Pocket Guide

Ellen Z Hillegass, PhD, PT, CCS
Publication Date:
Nov 30, 2013
F.A. Davis
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  • Wipe Free Forms
  • Assessment Tools
  • O2 and assisted ventilation tables
  • Lab values: abnormal values and causes
  • Outcome measures and terminology
  • CPT Codes for Reimbursement
  • Posture and Gait Assessment
  • Cognitive, Coma, and Mental Status Scale
  • Functional and exercise tests
  • Screening tools

A Davis's Notes Title!

Rely on this well-organized, concise pocket guide to prepare for the everyday encounters you'll face in the hospital, rehab facility, nursing home, or home health setting. Quickly access just what you need in any setting with succinct, yet comprehensive guidance on every page.

Inside you'll find the critical, but rarely memorized information you need, including all outcome tests, normative values, IC10 diagnostic codes, common alternative meds, evaluation, treatment guidelines, business practices, and CPT codes for proper reimbursement.

Key Features:
  • Features 14 tabbed sections, covering different settings and systems as well as wellness, lab values, pharmacology, and billing.
  • Helps the student and the practitioner work with patients from assessment through treatment to billing.
  • Covers equipment, techniques, and treatments.
  • Offers valuable insights on business practices, home health, women's health, and wellness.



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